Stories by Hamish Barwick


Australian Tibet Council hit with targeted malware email

A fake email address was used to launch a targeted malware email campaign against the Australian Tibet Council on the weekend beginning 10 March, according to a Trend Micro security researcher and spokesperson.

Written by Hamish Barwick13 March 12 14:14

Sensis CEO Bruce Akhurst resigns

Sensis chief executive, Bruce Akhurst, has announced his intention to leave Telstra’s search and directory subsidiary in May after 15 years.

Written by Hamish Barwick13 March 12 11:28

Randstad begins transition to the Cloud

Recruitment company, Randstad, has signed a three-year contract with Telstra to provide telecommunications and Cloud services that will help the company make the transition to the Cloud.

Written by Hamish Barwick13 March 12 10:19

Vodafone spruiks network guarantee

Vodafone Hutchison Australia (VHA) has begun promoting its network guarantee in an attempt to attract new customers.

Written by Hamish Barwick12 March 12 10:22

iiNet applies for top level domain

Internet service provider, iiNet, is the latest Australian organisation to apply for its own top level domain (TLD).

Written by Hamish Barwick09 March 12 11:27

NSCCC to discuss Cloud security

The National Standing Committee on Cloud Computing (NSCCC) has added security vendor Sophos to its stable of ICT companies as it seeks to expand its pool of expertise on the Cloud.

Written by Hamish Barwick08 March 12 15:39

iiNet announces NSW flood relief package

iiNet customers affected by flooding in NSW will be offered a relief package by the internet service provider (ISP). The company is also extending the offer to customers of its ISP acquisitions Westnet, Netspace, AAPT, Internode and TransACT.

Written by Hamish Barwick08 March 12 15:01

EventsHQ hit with enforceable undertaking under Spam Act

National Poker League brand owner, EventsHQ, has accepted to meet requirements of the Spam Act following an investigation by the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) into SMS messages sent to consumers which promoted National Poker League events.

Written by Hamish Barwick07 March 12 16:32

How ARTC reduced data centre cooling costs

Adelaide based government agency, Australian Rail Transport Corporation (ARTC), has saved over $100,000 per year in cooling costs following the implementation of a new data centre.

Written by Hamish Barwick06 March 12 15:49

Suncorp banks on desktop virtualization

A series of natural disasters including the Queensland floods of 2010 prompted Brisbane-based bank, Suncorp, to implement a desktop virtualization project called Desktop Anywhere.

Written by Hamish Barwick06 March 12 10:50

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